Fictional Salvation Experiences
Fictional Salvation Experiences – Good evening and I hope this message finds you well. I’m a day late on our weekly article this week due to finishing and sending out our Free Monthly Ministry Newsletter so to those of you who are part of our subscriber list, it should be in your inbox now. If you haven’t already, you can sign up to receive our Newsletter at the following link…
I do enjoy sending out our Newsletter and receiving kind words of encouragement however, I’ve enjoyed it all the more these past few months as we’ve had the opportunity to share more about our Twelve Part Tribulation Soldier Series of Fictional Christian EBooks on The End Times and more importantly, our upcoming third – Captain Sharpe’s Trial. For those of you who may not be aware, I’ve been busy writing and editing twelve Fictional EBooks about The End Times, The Rapture and The Trial and Tribulation Period. Two have been released so far and Captain Sharpe’s Trial will make it a third however believe it or not, I’m writing all twelve at once
The reason I’m writing them all at once is because all of the EBooks in the series are set in the same times, the same military and the same circle of Military Personnel with our main character, Major Matt Dixon, making appearances in each. This is so I can attempt to give a view of the End Times, The Rapture and The Tribulation Period as described in the Old Testament, the Gospels, the Epistles and of course in the Book of Revelations from many different angles. The hope is that the reader will indeed see the view of the End Times of Mankind and at the same time find instruction, encouragement and of course entertainment as we explore fully this most amazing subject.
Captain Sharpe’s Trial is no exception and in this EBook we follow the life of an Elite Covert inelegance Officer called Captain Kerry Sharpe who is one of our main character’s close friends. Kerry is a brilliant individual, highly trained and highly complex and we hope that the reader will see this End Times world through Kerry’s eyes as she fights and copes with life’s ups and downs. Even though I thoroughly enjoy writing through the various Military Missions of this series, I can’t help but to thoroughly enjoy putting across that moment the character gives their life to Jesus Christ. As a Christian Pastor, I hope and pray that this ‘salvation of the individual’ will remain the strongest thread throughout our Tribulation Soldier Series.
I’ve had the honour more than once in leading an individual to Jesus Christ and along with baptism evenings, there’s no greater experience to witness and I hope and pray that the Lord gives me the privilege of leading more people to Him in the future. It’s this amazing experience, the moment a person gives their lives to Jesus, which has given me the most joy in writing because it reminds me of how it felt when I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Saviour and, remembering the lives of those I’ve seen come to salvation in Him. The hope is, more for the individual who doesn’t necessarily believe, that my meagre attempts at convoying this amazing experience will give a person a window into what happens when a someone does indeed give their heart to Him.
These accounts of salvation in Christ may well be a fictional especially in the case of Kerry but they are based fully on how the God I know and love, rescues a person from their sin, their circumstances and their eternal future drawing them in, in only the way he can. It’s then He shows them who He truly is; not this stoney-faced, finger wagging, judgemental God but a God who loves the individual just the way they are, meeting them where they are and showing them a love like no other. I hope and pray that this thread in the EBook of Captain Sharpe’s Trial shines through the most as Kerry goes through her capture, interrogations, loss and of course her military missions to seeing that God was indeed with her all along, waiting for her to respond to His call.
God bless and I look forward to your messages this week but for now, it’s back to editing Captain Sharpe’s Trial.